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Otterbein loses high-scoring game in overtime to John Carroll

(courtesy of Otterbein athletics)

The Otterbein Cardinals, behind the scoring of  Chris Davis’ 20 points put a bit worry into host John Carroll in an OAC contest in Cleveland.

The Cardinals rallied from an early deficit to put the game into overtime, but they fall to the Blue Streaks, 99-96.

Otterbein (10-11, 6-8), trailed 25-13 midway through the opening half before coming back. A 13-0 run gave the Cardinals their biggest lead at 56-53 with 12:59 to go.

John Carroll took control in overtime by scoring the first seven points.

The Blue Streaks improve to 15-6, 10-4.

Info courtesy of Otterbein athletics

Otterbein Cardinals remain hot by beating Ohio Northern

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Long-time head coach Dick Reynolds has his Otterbein Cardinals basketball team on a hot streak.

Wednesday night, they defeated Ohio Northern on the road 64-46 in Ada, Ohio.

The team improves to 9-9, 5-6 in the tough Ohio Athletic Conference.

The win breaks a sixth-place tie between the two teams in the OAC standings.

The Polar Bears dropped to 7-11, 4-7.

The Cardinals started out well at 15-6, then the defense held ONU to just three points over the next six minutes and pushed the lead to 28-11 and then to 36-14 at halftime. ONU managed to shoot just .194 (6-of-31) from the field.

Chris Davis, this week’s OAC Player of the Week, scored 19 points with ten rebounds. Max Van Meter helped out with 15.

Scott Schnelle led ONU with 10, the only player for the Polar Bears in double figures scoring.

Info courtesy of Otterbein athletics

Otterbein’s Davis men’s OAC Player of the Week

Chris Davis (courtesy of Otterbein athletics)

(courtesy of Ohio Athletic Conference)

Otterbein junior Chris Davis (Plain City/Fairbanks) has been selected the Ohio Athletic Conference men’s Player of the Week for the second time this season.

Davis, a 6’8 center, led the Cardinals to key wins over Baldwin-Wallace College and Mount Union last week. Those wins upped their record to 8-9, 4-6.

Davis scored 25 points and grabbed 14 rebounds in a 74-71 win over B-W. He recorded his 12th double-double of the season Saturday with a 17 point, 11 rebound outing at Mount Union.

For the week, Davis shot 16-of-25 (.640) from the field and also added six assists and three steals. He currently leads the OAC in scoring (18.9) and rebounding (11.2). He is ranked ninth nationally in rebounding.

Info courtesy of the Ohio Athletic Conference & Otterbein Athletics

Davis, Guiler named Ohio Athletic Conference Basketball Players of the Week

(courtesy of the OAC)

Chris Davis (courtesy of Otterbein athletics)

Otterbein junior center Chris Davis (Plain City/Fairbanks) is the OAC men’s basketball player of the week.

Davis turned in an impressive performance with 26 points and 19 rebounds in a victory over Muskingum to record his eighth consecutive double-double. Earlier in the week, Davis scored 14 points and 10 rebounds against Capital.

Aleisha Guiler (courtesy of Marietta athletics)

Marietta senior post Aleisha Guiler (Lower Salem/Monroe Center) is this week’s women’s player of the week.

Guiler scored a career-best 33 points and had 11 rebounds to lead the Pioneers to an upset #11 Mount Union last week. Guiler also added seven points and 11 rebounds in a win over Heidelberg to close the week a 2-0 record. During the week, Guiler shot 15-of-26 (.600) from the field and 10-of 12 (,883) from the free-throw line, while adding five assists and two steals.

info courtesy of the Ohio Athletic Conference

Otterbein beats Wittenberg 78-64

Chris Davis (courtesy of Otterbein athletics)

Otterbein University improved its record to 4-5 overall with a win over a former Ohio Athletic Conference foe, the Wittenberg Tigers, 78-64 at the Rike Center in Westerville.

Wittenberg, a member of the North Coast Athletic Conference, falls to 4-4.

The Cardinals opened up a 9-4 lead; the Tigers came back to tie at 14-14.

With several Cardinals big men in foul trouble, Wittenberg took control and opened up a 22-16 lead with eight minutes to go in the first half.

Otterbein fought back to lead at 25-24 but the Tigers ran a 13-6 run to go up 37-31 and then 38-33 at the half.

The Cardinals took control in the second half by pushing the margin out to 59-44 by the 11:17 and the game was basically over.

Otterbein shot .523 from the field compared to just .393 for the Tigers and benefitted from their 3-point shooting going 10 of 15.

Four Otterbein Cardinals scored in double figures, led by Zach Bakenhaster’s 17 points and ten rebounds.

Chris Davis had a nice floor game with a double-double of 14 points and ten rebounds, three assists and three steals.

Cameron Walton led Wittenberg with 19 points off the bench, including five three-point baskets.

compiled from Ottebein athletics

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